This school are looking for an attendance officer to start after Easter. There is scope for this to become a full time role. The candidate must have experience working with Sims, Go4schools though training will be given to the right candidate.
What is the Holiday Scheme at Resources for Autism?
Our holiday schemes are for autistic young people aged 8-19 years. A place for young people to play, explore, develop skills and have fun with the support of a staff team. The Leader facilitates the activities for the day and they can range from music to arts to sports to trips.
What to expect on the day?
9.30am Staff meeting to go through the plans for the day and read profiles on the service users you will be key-working for the day. If it’s your first day with us, you will be asked to arrive at 9am to meet with the Team Leader.
10am to 3pm Children’s arrival followed by timetabled activities for the day, including lunch, and finally pick up.
3pm Staff debrief meeting
3.30pm End of day.
Can I take breaks?
Staff breaks are to be taken at appropriate times when the leader is able to cover the key worker. They should be for a limited time up to 15 minutes maximum and up to 2 breaks per shift. Leaders have to make a dynamic risk assessment when it is safe and staff should understand if the situation would not be safe, they would forgo a break at that time.
Can I leave the service user alone if needed?
The young person you are key-working should remain in line of sight at all times. If there is a need to leave the room, you should notify another member of staff and they should provide consent that they have the capacity to oversee your key-child until your return.
Neurodivergent or disabled team members?
A support plan is completed if they agree and the reasonable adjustments agreed are implemented in their work. Staff confidentiality must be paramount and information only shared on a need to know basis.
Candidate pay : £14 per hour
We are looking for an early years practitioner to join our nursery team.
This would be a full time post to support across various age groups baby to pre-school.
Full time hours Monday to Friday 08:00 - 17:00, 08:30 - 17:30 or 09:00 - 18:00 is needed.
Previous early years experience is essential and nursery experience especially desirable.
A lovely primary school is looking to recruit Teaching Assistants to work across the school, both in class and with SEND pupils. For this role, a good standard of English and Maths are required. The successful candidate should have some understanding of the role of a TA. You will need to
be flexible, have a genuine interest in helping children to learn, and enjoy working as part of a team.
This is a permanent opportunity and successful candidates in the placements will be considered for contracted employment within the school.
A graduate is required for a full-time TA position in Newham, running maths & English intervention groups at a Newham primary school.
The role will be starting immediately (from the 20th March) until the end of this academic year (July 2023).
The school are looking for a TA with a passion for teaching maths & English, to run interventions with small groups of children. Curriculum support will be provided by the school English lead, although some additional planning (within school hours) will be required from the successful candidate.
Each term will be dedicated to supporting a different year group, from Year 3 to Year 6. The successful candidate must be able to commit to a full academic year, from Sept '22 to July '23.
Monday to Friday, 8:30-4.
A lovely school in Newham is looking for Inclusion TAs to join their SEN provision. The school is extremely supportive and looking for eager individuals to continue to provide the best support for their students.
The right candidates does not need loads of relevant SEN experience, but instead have the right energy and initiative required to excel in the role.
You'd be joining a very welcoming and fun school community, where the team work very collaboratively and happily together.
Right now the post is only until the May half-term, but there is the potential for this position to go permanent, so you could be employed directly by the school. Attending weekly swimming sessions and getting into the water is a requirement if they are interested in a permanent role. Additionally, each Wednesday, permanent members of staff are to attend a free training session hosted at the school with all members of staff from 4-5pm.
A lovely school is looking for a candidate to join their Office Admin team. The ideal candidate will have experience using School Information Management System and have a first aid certificate. Hours will be 8-4pm.
An exciting and creative Primary school in Newham is looking for teaching assistants to support pupils with special educational needs for the whole academic year beginning September 2022.
It is an aspirational, caring and popular place of learning with friendly, conscientious staff and a supportive community and governing board. In staff surveys, 96% reported that leaders are considerate of the staff’s wellbeing and 100% stated that the school is well led.
Express interest in the role now to be considered for multiple positions at the school.